I want him to be protected physically and psychically and emotionally. Somewhere way beneath that perfectionism, is the real version of what we're up to here.
Our intention is virtuous, and our application is human. In my mind, the ideal empowered masculine (within males and females alike) in 2014 is very generous, a quality that provides, but now provides a different kind of currency than in the past.
The debut single from the album that made Morissette a superstar was the angry jilted-love song, "You Oughta Know," which details all the ways a certain ex-lover sucks.
Many have cited Coulier, who played sweet goofball Uncle Joey on hit sitcom and dated fellow Canadian Morrisette in the early '90s, as the song's inspiration.
So the currency of what defines “provision” has changed.
Perhaps the currency, which is different from family to family, shows up as: listening, or support…really how the mom or the woman defines it.
She called and I said, ' Hey, you know, I'm right in the middle of dinner. ' When I heard the line, it was like, uhhh-ohhh!
" For reference, here are the rest of the lyrics in that verse: "You seem very well, things look peaceful / I'm not quite as well, I thought you should know / Did you forget about me Mr.
And listening while I process how to best serve in my career, etc.
So I want to provide as many options and opportunities for him to grow and build his brain, senses, natural capacities and connection with others, god and his own self.
To allow his essential qualities and views and unique gifts to be expressed.
And she said, ' You can say whatever you want.'" PHOTOS: '90s TV stars, then and now So here's what the comedian-actor has to say about it.
"I've always taken the high road and said, "You know, the guy in that song is an idiot.